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Review: Bleaklow – The Sunless Country by Jayson
December 28, 2011, 9:42 am
Filed under: Post-rock, Review | Tags: , ,

Bleaklow The Sunless Country album cover

Oh man, here is some guilt. Got this two months ago. So apologies to Bleaklow. This is the catching up.

The Sunless Country, actually the title of a really good novel, falls into that vein of more rocking post-rock. This is that higher energy stuff, reminds me a lot of Pelican and Caspian a lot. As I listened to it, its one continuous track, although you can get it broken down into it’s shorter individual movements. It never meanders, but still you have to be the kinda person that enjoys sitting through a nearly 24 minute long track. I am, you may be better served with smaller doses.

Here is the basic deal with Bleaklow. To be honest, these guys aren’t reinventing the wheel here, but they don’t have to. This is good stuff. They’re destroying it here. I am more lately in the mood for the higher energy post rock and this really hit the spot. A good band in this genre is like a pretty woman or an excellent meal, just the kind of thing I never tire of. I would buy this if it wasn’t given to me, and would certainly love to see them play should they ever find themselves touring the States.

Highly recommended for every post-rock fan out there.

Get it at their Bandcamp. 

– Jayson

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